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inflammation & px

pharm inflammation & px

Salicylate Aspirin
salicylate tx cooling iv fluids, gastric lavage, activate charcoal, sodium bicarb
AE of salicylate Abnormal bleeding, aspirin toxicity, salicylism, reye syndrome
toxicity s/sx aspirin Electrolyte imbalance, dehydration, fever, respiratory depression
Reye Syndrome tx stop aspirin, monitor carefully, manage swelling & edema
s/sx of reyes syndrome encepholopathy (brain-dysfunction), liver damage, neurochanges, decreased LOC, seizures, inflammation, swelling edema
s/sx of encephalopathy quiet, sleepy, vomiting... stupor, seizures decorticate response, coma; decerabrate response, no pupillary
NSAID's AE GI effects, increased risk for bleeding, fluid volume retention
indications of NSAIDs decreased inflammation-fever-px-platelet aggregation
Created by: Miccimouse